Group Swim Lessons
The City of Oviedo is an official provider of American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim lessons. Group lessons are offered March to October, for participants from 6 months to adults.
For our Spring (March to May) and Fall (August to October) sessions, there will be 6 classes, with 5 classes guaranteed. Summer (June and July) sessions will be 8 classes, with 6 classes guaranteed in a 2 week span. The format is as follows:
- Spring and Fall: Twice a week for three weeks.
- Summer: Monday through Thursday for two weeks, broken into mornings and evenings. Two sessions per month. All group lessons and registrations are held at Riverside Pool.
- Spring and Fall:
- Residents $55
- Non-Resident members $70
- Non-Residents $80
- Residents $70
- Non-Resident members $85
- Non-Residents $95
Unless your swimmer has taken lessons with us since March 2017, they must get tested by one of our instructors prior to registration. The swim test is only required if you are registering for a level higher than Water Tots 1 or Level 1. You do not need a swim test for Bubble Babies, Water Tots 1, Level 1, or Adult.
The following are descriptions for each class:
Our bubble babies class is a parent and child class designed for those starting at 6 months up to 3 years of age. The class is not a 'survival swim' class. Instead, the class is set to create a positive environment for your little future swimmer. Classes are fun while introducing swim skills through games and songs.
The Water Tots classes are for those participants between the ages of 3-5 years of age. Water Tot is broken down into three classes: Water Tot 1, Water Tot 2, Water Tot 3. If your participant is taking swim lessons for the first time or does not know how to swim independently yet (without floaties), they should sign up for the Water Tot 1. To be eligible for Water Tot 2 and 3, participants must have a Water Tot 1 certificate, or a swim test clearing them for that class.
The Levels classes are for those participants between the ages of 6-13 years of age. Levels are broken down into five classes: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4 and Pre-Cudas (Level 5). If your participant is taking swim lessons for the first time or does not know how to swim independently yet (without floaties), they should sign up for the Level 1. To be eligible for the higher classes, participants must have a Level 1 certificate, or a swim test clearing them for that class.
Swim Test Instructions
To get a swim test - simply go to either of our pools (when they are open) and let the lifeguard know you need a swim test for swim lessons. This process takes about 5 minutes and does not cost anything. You do not need an appointment. View the current pool hours.
Swim Lesson Schedule
Swim Lessons will resume in March 2020. Please check back in February for the updated class schedule.